Gabriel Du Pre is back in action, coming to the aid of a whistleblower on the run, in this all-new novel in a "wonderfully eclectic and enjoyable series" (Booklist).
When a hunted military whistleblower and his family need someplace to hide and someone to trust, Toussaint, Montana, is the place, and Gabriel Du Pre the man. The Metis Indian former cattle inspector and sometimes deputy is happy to offer protection, even though he's already got his hands full with an ailing granddaughter, a meddling medicine man, and a Kazakh eagle hunter prowling the hills above town.
As a guard at a Kabul prison, Hoyt Poe witnessed his fellow soldiers abusing the Afghan inmates. Poe's testimony threatens to expose the military contractor that led the prison's brutal interrogation program. Now, Temple Security's billionaire founder, Lloyd Cutler, wants him dead. But how long can the fugitive and his family lay low before Cutler's mercenaries come to Du Pre's hometown looking for trouble?
Packed with pulse-pounding suspense, wry humor, and the romance of small-town Montana, Solus continues the irresistible adventures of the one of a kind Gabriel Du Pre, "a character of legendary proportions" (New York Times bestselling author Ridley Pearson).
Solus is the 15th book in the Montana Mysteries Featuring Gabriel Du Pre, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
About the Author
Peter Bowen lives in Livingston, Montana, and has worked as a cowboy, hunting and fishing guide, folksinger, poet, essayist, and novelist. He has written the Gabriel Du Pré mysteries in part because “the Métis are a great people, a wonderful people, and not many Americans know anything about them.”
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